The defense did play well, very well. #20 Dwight Anderson looked really good. Lawrence Gordon also made some nice playes.
Both Moreno, Dixon and Barrenechea made some nice plays from the LB position.
#45 Aaron Cotteral played rush end and made at least two tackles for losses and at least one sack. He had some speed coming in off the outside.
Newcomers to camp #30 Pride and #26 Radon looked pretty good as well.
On Offense Walker made a nice TD catch, there were not a lot of highlights from the receivers. Several drop balls in tight coverage, not a good sign. The OL didn't fare all that well. Hage did make some nice holes up front on the goal line run blocking. Bekasiak lined up as a tight end on short yardage goal line offence and caught a TD pass from Maas. Rocky Butler was the best QB in scrimmage. He ran for a few first downs. Chang looked nervous and confused a little. He overthrew a receiver open over the middle on a scramble and Charlie just ripped him and let him have it for missing the throw.
For me the biggest smile was when they went into special teams live drills and the first punt I saw from Setta went 72 yards from the line of scrimmage! I thought wow, fluke or routine. I soon had my answer. Hee followed it up with a 60 yarder. His first two feild goals from 35 and 45 yards into the wind (very mile wind) went through the end zone by about 20 yards (one almost hit Ken Peter's car)
The only players in my mind who played themselves off the team today were Mark Myers the kicker and Shaun King. King looked sloppy, disinterested and generally weak. His throws were off and he looked like he was going through the motions. Myers unfortunately for him is just not going to out kick Setta. Setta had two 70 yard kickoffs, a 70 yard punt and two 45 yard field goals with plenty to spare. Myers just couldn't duplicate that. To be fair to Myers he was trying to angle punts to the sidelines and he did that well just not with any impressive yardage.
Lots of stars on defense, lot of question marks at receiver and O-Line.